Story: The Magazine of the Short Story (September 1937) [includes "Hotel Raleigh, the Bowery" by Maltz]

By: (Maltz, Albert, et al.) Burnett, Whit, and Martha Foley, eds.

Price: $40.00

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Book Condition: Very Good


[light soiling to covers, otherwise a nice clean copy with a good firm binding]. Contains the following stories: the novella "Hotel Raleigh, the Bowery" (by Albert Maltz, called "a new writer of importance" on the magazine's cover); "Young American Couple" (Griffith Beems); "Rome Was Not Built in a Day" (Alice Weber); "Captain Postovov" (Carl Jacobs); "The Willow Tree" (Frances Frost); "The Pond" (R.F. Baum); "An Incident of Violence, Complete" (Mort Friedlander). In addition, editor Burnett's feature, "Words on the Wing," discusses author Jesse Stuart at some length (including a full-length photo), with additional interesting anecdotal material about Wallace Stegner and Ludwig Bemelmans, and a lengthy quotation from a letter by William Saroyan, commenting on all sorts of things.

Title: Story: The Magazine of the Short Story (September 1937) [includes "Hotel Raleigh, the Bowery" by Maltz]

Author: (Maltz, Albert, et al.) Burnett, Whit, and Martha Foley, eds.

Categories: Vintage Magazines,

Edition: (Vol. XI, No. 62)

Publisher: New York, Story Magazine, Inc.: 1937

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 21031

Keywords: Short Fiction Short Stories